How to Add Google Search for your WordPress website

Google web search is a search engine that is owned by Google Inc. The primary purpose of Google search engine is to search text on document offered by web servers that are publicly accessible. Adding Google Search to a WordPress Website In your WP dashboard scroll on the plugins widget Type WP Google Search in […]

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How to Deactivate JSON REST API in WordPress

JSON REST API is useful for developers, but many site owners find it unusable. The JSON REST API makes it easy to recover data using GET request which is useful for developers building apps using WordPress. But this could potentially expose your website to a new front of DDoS attacks and can be resource intensive […]

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How To Easily Add Feature Boxes Along With Icons In WordPress

Feature box displays important selling features of products and services and is a technique that is highly engaging by presenting features by means of Icons on WordPress Website. How to add feature boxes with icons on WordPress website First install and activate the Plugin Advanced WP Columns. After activation Come on the following Settings >>> […]

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How to Display Code on Your WordPress Site Effortlessly

If one runs a blog and if it is associated with development, in case if the individual wishes to share code snippets on his blog, then displaying these codes in the blog is not a simple task. A raw code that is added into the posts, comments, or widgets is filtered by WordPress for security […]

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WordPress – Switch to Sending Email via SMTP (PHP Mail Alternative)

For security reasons, sending e-mail using the internal PHP mail() function is disabled on most of our shared servers. Default WordPress installations rely on the mail() function to send e-mail to you and your blog users. You will need to switch over to using SMTP authentication for e-mails to work. As there are no settings […]

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How to change the WordPress Website Domain

The below steps will help you to change your WordPress website domain. In this example, we will make these changes to reflect a move from blog.yourdomain.com to just yourdomain.com. However, this can be accomplished between any domain or sub-domain you have hosted. Note: The steps defined here will NOT help you to move website site […]

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